Friday, Sept. 10

Welfare check
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised a white Honda car with a female driving, and kid and dog in the car, just went down Hudson/this vehicle is driving all over the road and revving the engine/she did not seem to be okay. Officer advised he does not have any vehicles on Hudson Street. Deputy will be enroute to an E. Filaree Road address.

Florence Street
Caller advised a named female went into her house and took some items then started to hit her friend's car/female just left to an address on Yucca in a grey car.

21st Street
Advised that a named female took her sister's belongings and won't give them back.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
30th Street
Caller advised vehicle was spray-painted. Officer advised to get a hold of streets ref graffiti in the roadway.

Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised that a named male was hitting her windows/he does have a CTW for her property. Second caller advised that next door neighbor used an extension cord and would like to have the incident documented. Officer issued female caller a CTW for a Pinos Altos Road address.

Unwanted subject
1201 Pope Street
Advised the subject is sleeping and in order to open the store they need the subject removed from the property.

3420 E. Highway 180
Caller advised was rear-ended/advised her head hurt/then disconnected line. Officer requests ambulance for 50-year-old female with neck and head pain.

Welfare check
1876 E. Highway 180 – Dep't of Motor Vehicles
Caller advised a male wrapped in a blanket is lying on the side of the road. Officer advised male will be moving.

Unwanted subject
La Plata Middle School
A named male is on the field just walking around. Officer advised male left/walked toward 37th Street/will frequent patrol for next two hours.

Welfare check
Gordon Street
Caller from Family Connection Services advised a 72-year-old female has been calling the counseling hotline and states she believes she is getting dementia and fearing for her life. Unknown why. The female does have a male in her presence but will not give his name.

San Vicente and S. Cooper streets
Silver Jeep vs white Ford F150/78-year-old male with possible neck injury.

Welfare check
E. Pine Street and Pinos Altos Road
Caller can hear a child screaming at a female. Officer had negative contact.

Breaking and entering
Grant Street
Caller advised someone was trying to get inside her residence/male sitting on front porch/he tried to push the door open/he keeps looking inside the windows/he is still standing in her yard.

W. Kelly Street
Caller advised his 14-year-old son was followed to Gough Park by another male who hit the son in the face/male is about the same age and lives next door. Officer made contact with caller.

Saturday, Sept. 11

Reckless driver
1105 E. Highway 180
White 4dr car ran a stoplight. Officer went traffic with vehicle/driver run through sobriety tests/driver not impaired/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Crestway Drive
Caller advised does not need LE due to her mother finally getting in the car.

Fowler Avenue – 5:52 a.m.
Caller advised his neighbor is yelling at him and his son calling them tweakers/she will not stop and they are trying to get to son's bicycle race. Officer advised clear/everything is okay.

Fowler Avenue – 7:29 a.m.
Caller advised the neighbor is back outside yelling at him/he pulled into his driveway and she came out yelling at him/she is calling him a tweaker and other vulgar names/she keeps harassing him and he is not sure why. Caller advised the female is back and yelling at his wife/request officers back.

Domestic disturbance
2545 N. Silver Street – Hillside Apartments
Caller advised the female came out of the house crying/the named male is known to be abusive/he kicked the two-year-old out as well. Officer out at the apartment/both subjects clear/negative on warrants/male was dropped off at a N. Swan Street address.

Accident-property damage
1500 N. Hudson
Gold Dodge car vs silver car/negative on injuries. Second caller advised one vehicle tried doing an illegal turn. Officer advised one of the parties involved . . .

Stolen motor vehicle
E. Kelly Street
Caller advised the vehicle was stolen back in July by a named male/wants to press charges on the male for stealing it.

Domestic disturbance
Advised that she drug her mother with her vehicle and she has a scratch on her foot/she jumped in front of the vehicle and that's why she was drug. Officer en route to an Alabama Street address for follow-up.

610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
Caller advised a named female is acting irate/she is threatening people/she punched a mirror and broke it/took a knife away from her/she is not making sense when she talks. Officer transported female to GRMC for a . . .

Domestic disturbance
Canal Street
Caller advised a named male is trying leave with caller's belongings and is trying to leave in her vehicle. Officers had contact with both parties.

Welfare check
800 N. Gold Street – city shop
Can hear a man yelling. Officer advised a named male to keep the noise down/the male stated he would.

Criminal damage to property
Jose Barrios School
Advised that 3-4 kids are ruining the swings. Officer made contact with the kids who were unraveling the swing set/everything is okay.

2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised a male is harassing a female near the office/male is in a white truck/female is outside the vehicle/male is yelling at the female. Officer advised vehicle left prior to arrival.

Loud music
Gough Park
Officers advised music is coming from Q's/negative on anything going on at Gough Park.

Accident-property damage
1203 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised his daughter was driving at 9 p.m. and a vehicle side-swiped her vehicle/it is disabled in the parking lot.

Sunday, Sept. 12

Welfare check
Grant Street
Caller advised his partner called him crying and screaming/he rushed to her house but doesn't have a key to get in and she couldn't come to the door. Officer out with a 47-year-old female advising of chest pain.

610 N. Silver Street – S.O.S.
Caller advised they have a male who punched an employee/employee is okay – refused medical/caller wants male out for three days. Officer advised the male is in his late 40s/under the influence/incoherent. EMS1 advised patient is combative and will be taken by LE to GRMC.

Gordon Street
Caller advised they are having an ongoing issue with someone and now they egged the vehicle. Officer spoke with caller on the phone.

Breaking and entering
A Street
Purse taken/door left unlocked/while on call caller found purse but it had been gone through. Officer set up frequent patrol for next two weeks.

S. Texas Street
Caller advised his brother hit him a few times and is still trying to hit him/brother under the influence/caller refused medical. Officer made contact with both parties/caller does not want charges pursued.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – S.O.S.
Caller needs a named female removed from the property/she is acting erratic and throwing things around. Officer advised female left prior to arrival.

Domestic disturbance
Durango and 17th streets
Officer rolled up on a domestic/both parties were sitting in a vehicle in the middle of the street. Officer had contact/male advised that the female did not want him taking the vehicle which was registered to both of them.

306 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised they went through the front door/nothing broken/jewelry and cash missing/a bottle of wine was also drank.

Swarthmore Drive
Caller advised on a previous date someone wrecked their vehicle into his grandmother's wall and when he went to check the doorbell camera it was gone.

Suicide threat
Copper Manor Motel
No narrative.

School threat
Little Walnut Road
No narrative.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – S.O.S.
Caller advised a named female is at the business yelling and screaming at people/she is inside the building and refusing to leave/wants a CTW issued. Officer arrived at Motel 6.

2005 E. Highway 180
A named female punched caller in the mouth/refused medical. Officer made contact with caller who stated the female and her began to fight at the intersection of Highway 180 and the Shell. Caller stated the female hit her in the arm then in the face and broke her glasses. Caller did not want to pursue . . .

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